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Fingerprint Console

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Fingerprint Console Command Description

The fingerprint console must be run from the Fingerprint Software installation folder. The basic syntax is FPRCONSOLE [USER | SETTINGS | TPM]. The USER, SETTINGS or TPM command specifies what set of operation will be used. The full command is then e.g. “fprconsole user add TestUser”. When the command is not known or not all parameters are specified short command list is shown together with the parameters.

1.1

User specific commands

To enroll or edit users the USER section is used. When the current user does not have

administrator’s rights the console behavior depends on the security mode of the FS.

Convenient mode: ADD, EDIT and DELETE commands are possible for standard user. However the user can modify only his own passport (enrolled with his username).

Secure mode: no commands are allowed. Syntax: FPRCONSOLE USER <command>

<command> is one of the following commands: ADD, EDIT, DELETE, LIST, IMPORT, EXPORT.

1.1.1

Enroll new user

Syntax:

ADD

[<username>

[|

<domain>\<username>]]

If the user name is not specified then the current user name is used.

Example: fprconsole user add domain0\testuser fprconsole user add testuser

1.1.2

Edit enrolled user

Syntax:

EDIT

[<username>

[|

<domain>\<username>]]

If the user name is not specified then the current user name is used.

Example: fprconsole user edit domain0\testuser fprconsole user edit testuser

Note: The edited user must verify his fingerprint first

1.1.3

Delete a user

Syntax:

DELETE

[<username>

[|

<domain>\<username>

|

/ALL]]

The /ALL flag will delete all users enrolled on this computer. If the user name is not specified then the current user name is used.

Example: fprconsole user delete domain0\testuser fprconsole user delete testuser fprconsole user delete /ALL

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